Welcome to Rochester's 2nd Annual SQLSaturday!
Free* SQL Server training! Chance to win great prizes! What more could a SQL Server Professional ask for? If this sounds good to you then don’t miss your opportunity to attend SQL Saturday #209, the largest FREE* training event dedicated exclusively to SQL Server Administration, Development and Business Intelligence to hit Rochester, NY.
* There is a modest $5 fee for lunch.
SQLSaturday Rochester (#SQLsatROC)? What is it? Why should you sacrifice a Saturday in Upstate NY? When is it? Where is it? How do I get involved? Let us fill you in.
What: This is a one day training event for SQL Server DBAs and Developer professionals and those wanting to get some intensive technical learning.
Why: It is a great opportunity to learn from people who have been there and to network with other professionals doing the same thing you are doing. This professional level training and networking can set yourself apart from others!
When: Saturday, May 11, 2013. Register online now to reserve your spot now. Attendee check-in will begin at 8:00am until 8:45am and the first sessions begin at 8:45am.
Where: Rochester Institute of Technology, 1 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY 14623 in Building 70 (the Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences). A map of the campus can be found here. Parking for the event will be in the J Lot.
How: All you have to do to get involved is Register online to reserve your spot. Show up and attend the sessions that you like.
So what are you waiting for? Register today to be a part of SQLSaturday #209!
Help spread the word: Post our event flyer at school, work, or the neighborhood coffee shop;
Call for speakers has closed, but feel free to Contact Us if you are still interested in presenting.
*We do ask that you consider to OPT-IN for the Sponsors of this event. Without their assistance, we cannot bring this FREE event to you. You can always opt-out if and when they contact! Thank you for your consideration.
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